WASHINGTON, April 26, 2015 – The First Amendment stands for all Americans. It is a right that men and women fought and died for.
Some take it to the extreme on both sides, and we will discuss this on “American By Design”
On Sunday at 5 p.m. CST the conversation turns to the Valdosta State University “White Privilege” flag stomping incident. Does the First Amendment protect those students’ right to desecrate the American flag?
Do you have a right to the free exercise of speech no matter how ugly it may seem to others?
The incident behind this conversation is the group responsible for stomping on the American flag and why their leader is being sought by law enforcement.
Finally, we also will talk to Cornelia Mrose, the founder and director of Compass Films of New York and producer of Subprime 2.0 about her new movie on perhaps one of the biggest financial disasters in American history: the sub-prime mortgage debacle and how we can help to get this to film before the 2016 elections.
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